Escitalopram for Anxiety
This trial will test whether a person's metabolism affects how they respond to the drug escitalopram. 132 people will be given the drug and monitored for 12 weeks.
Inclusion CriteriaYou will be eligible if you check “Yes” for the criteria below
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
Side effects dataFrom 2019 Phase 4 trial • 115 Patients • NCT01902004
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any unfilled positions within this investigation for participants?
"Affirmative. Clinicaltrials.gov indicates that the trial, which was initially advertised on March 8th 2021, is currently enrolling participants. 132 individuals from 1 clinical site are being sought for this research program."
To what extent could Escitalopram be detrimental to individuals?
"Based on the Phase 4 status of Escitalopram, our team at Power assigned a score of 3 to its safety rating. This drug has already been approved for patient use."
What is the upper limit of individuals participating in this clinical experiment?
"Affirmative. Clinicaltrials.gov informs that recruitment for this medical experiment is ongoing, commencing on the 8th of March 2021 and last updated on the 14th February 2022. In total, 132 individuals are required to participate at a single site."
What qualifications do potential participants need to meet in order to be eligible for this experiment?
"This clinical trial calls for 132 participants, aged between 12 and 17 years old and suffering from an anxiety disorder."
Are there any prior research studies that have explored the effects of Escitalopram?
"Presently, 23 different clinical trials are researching escitalopram with 5 of those in the final stages. Most of these tests take place in Cincinnati, Ohio though there are 45 distinct sites running this investigation."
Does this trial encompass participants aged 85 and over?
"This study is open to adolescents aged 12-17. Clinicialtrials.gov has 148 trials recruiting for individuals under 18 and 453 studies looking for participants over 65 years old."